Quirky, colorful and just a few miles east of downtown, Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown and Edgewood have blossomed in recent years. Thankfully, they haven’t lost the distinctly Southern flavor that reflects their rich history. Cabbagetown developed around the Fulton Cotton and Bag Mill, with roots in the working class community that worked at the Mill. During the 1980’s and 1990’s, it became home to many artists and musicians.
Brookhaven is comprised of a relatively massive area, bordering Sandy Springs and Buckhead on the Northwest, and Buford Highway and Chamblee on the Southeast. There are multiple neighborhoods within Brookhaven, which is why the housing stock- and prices- can be so radically diverse.
Elementary: Parkside Elementary School
Village Pizza – Experience the great vibe of the Cabbage-town neighborhood in this pizzeria that feels like a cafe.
Carroll Street Café – Cabbagetown’s street side café…Bohemian vibe…a neighborhood favorite…
Little’s Food Store – A true neighborhood grocery and grill located in the heart of Atlanta’s historic Cabbagetown neighborhood.
Agave – Eclectic Southwestern cuisine.